William J Fulbright speaks during the Question Answer period of a debate on the 'Role of Congress' in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1971 Duration:4 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
Question Answer period during the debate on 'Role of Congress in Foreign Policies' among John C Stennis, Chairman, Armed Service Committee and William J Fulbright Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee in United States organized by American Enterprise Institute. William Fulbright denies blames put on him by Stennis and questions the decisions taken by the President on the issue of Gulf of Tonkin with out his concern. He said that the attack was made without provocation and it is a disgrace to Government. He says that government should give reasons for their act. Fulbright states that necessary action should have been made to prevent war and do the necessary adjustments.
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